AT Banter Episode 253 – Brain Computer Interfaces

Rob and Ryan take a break from yelling at the clouds this week in order to welcome David Moses, a Post-Doctoral engineer from the University of California San Francisco who also worked on a recent study that involved developing an implant that allowed a test subject to translate brain signals into text, with a vocabulary of 50 words! They talk to him about the study he worked on as well break down what Brain Computer Interfaces are and how they work, and what the future could hold for the field.

Show Transcript: https://atbanter.files.wordpress.com/2021/09/at-banter-podcast-episode-253-brain-computer-interfaces.pdf

Show Notes

Adults with disabilities face barriers accessing food, leading to food insecurity: U of T study
https://www.utoronto.ca/news/adults-disabilities-face-barriers-accessing-food-leading-food-insecurity-u-t-study

Stroke Prevented His Speech, But Brain Implant Brought It Back
https://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=261595

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